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The Flood / big poop
« on: October 22, 2018, 02:48:07 AM »
Haha pp

Whats on your mind faggots? Im just chilling and thinking about how i'm gonna find a job after graduating and shit. It's stressful as fuck ya know? Tell me how you feel

Gaming / i need pc building help
« on: May 24, 2018, 09:53:18 PM »
im trying to make a gaming pc now that i have a job for summer but im not sure what to do. theres stuff i dont know what to do like maybe lowering a price on something that for an item works just a good as something and whatnot. so far i got this build, but i dont what im really doing tbh. pls help?

i think thats the link for the stuff. no worries on monitor and mouse and keyboard. i wanna get input to see if anything can be changed/improved  ::)

OH, i just wanna game and stream with this pc. so if you can add in some stuff for the streaming bit itd be greatly appreciated!

i can also find windows 10 for 30 bucks so ye

The Flood / oh
« on: November 18, 2017, 02:42:46 PM »

The Flood / oh
« on: August 13, 2017, 11:12:36 PM »

The Flood / hey deci, join sapphire :)
« on: July 23, 2017, 06:18:23 PM »
theyd love you

The Flood / hi how are you
« on: May 06, 2017, 12:49:31 AM »
im doing fine. life is busy, met this girl and gonna try to get with her (:

you guys?

Serious / event horizon telescope is online and operational
« on: April 05, 2017, 07:32:25 PM »

basically telescopes all over the world are acting as one to face the center of our milky way galaxy to try to take a picture of our supermassive black hole. now, if all goes according to plan, we should get data by the end of this year. the telescope will run for several days observing at different frequencies. i hope this works out, itll be YUGE like the gravity waves phenomena from a while back

The Flood / same
« on: March 25, 2017, 09:58:49 PM »
You know Deci, I don't like to outright insult people, because I feel like it makes me look like an irrational fool who can't listen to reason. I usually prefer to poke holes in their reasoning.

However, in this case I will make an exception.

Fu­ck you, Decimator Omega. In my time on Bnet (Three, going on four years), I have never encountered anybody whom I could find no reason to like. Everyone seemed to have at least one redeeming factor.

You are the exception. You are a grumpy, stupid, piece of shit, and you can't ever take a joke.

Fu­ck you, Deci. I just want you to know that the respect I usually have been careful to show to you, is gone now.

You have no right to release this without Viltre's permission, especially not if he has made the decision to make it unavailable on purpose.

Kill yourself, please.

Serious / owo? what this?!
« on: January 28, 2017, 06:46:20 PM »
-notices planets orbiting a faraway star-

(You can only see incomplete orbits in the video. NASA’s astrobiology blog explains that it would take 40 years’ worth of observations to see even one planet in this image complete a full orbit.)

It’s also a rare image: Astronomers usually only observe exoplanets through indirect means. Most often astronomers look at stars dimming slightly to infer that a planet has passed in between that star and the Earth. When these planets were discovered in 2008, they were among the first exoplanets to be observed directly with a telescope.

“Astronomers have made videos of exoplanets orbiting before, but usually they've done it by blinking frames, so you'd see the planet jump around in its orbit,” Jason Wang, an astronomy student at UC Berkeley who had a hand in creating the video, says. Here, Wang has smoothed the motion between the frames to show the planets moving in fluid motion, “to bring it to life,” he says.

shit nigga we in it.

Serious / we might see a nova in 5 years
« on: January 06, 2017, 03:29:57 PM »
aww shit nigga

A team of astronomers is making a bold forecast: A binary star found in the summer constellation Cygnus the swan will burst into a red nova sometime in 2022.

When the two stars in the binary system crash into one another, they will create a brick-red beacon so bright that sky gazers will see it with the naked eye, Larry Molnar of Calvin College said Friday at the American Astronomical Society meeting in Grapevine, Tex.

As the constellation Cygnus glides gracefully along the Milky Way every late spring and summer, the cosmic bird’s left wing houses a faint binary star called KIC 9832227. The two stars spinning around one another are merging, on a path to an explosion that will result in a red nova, said Molnar and his colleagues.

theres more in the article, but its quite interesting that something thats unable to be seen through the naked eye will appear to something to the brightness of sirius and betelgeuse

Serious / mexican journalism and politics are fucking cancer
« on: January 01, 2017, 03:04:27 PM »
its a long read, but this article shows that politicians and journalists in mexico woulld rather feast their eyes [on a stupid party instead of a severe gas shortage and killings that happen around mexico.

heres a few quotes from the article

The dark crown jewel in Mexico State, with the fifth highest murder rate in the country, and the nation’s highest femicide rate, is Ecatepec de Morelos. And this week, wouldn’t you know, politicians decided finally to do something to help the poor people there.

Following the governor’s gift to Rubí, and in anticipation of a crowd of more than 1.3 million who claimed on Facebook to be “attending” the party, Octavio Martinez Vargas, a politician with the country’s leftist party, set up a tour bus leaving from deadly Ecatepec to San Luis Potosí, so that dozens more could attend Rubí’s vastly overbooked quinceañera.

In nearby Metepec—a city in Mexico State near the site of Senator Ana Gabriela Guevara’s beating—city councilman Jair Garduño Montalvo took to Facebook, to offer Rubí a brand new laptop if his post reached 2,000 likes.

It did not. But Garduño came under heavy criticism as Mexicans dredged through their collective memory of memes and remembered just where they’d heard of this guy before.

Garduño’s brother was a social media celebrity of sorts earlier this year.

In May, a viral video showed several bodyguards beating up a police officer on a Mexico State highway, apparently acting on the orders of a man nearby in a Rolls Royce. That man, #LordRollsRoyce as he’s now known, is this Metepec politician’s millionaire brother. Thanks to the social media pressure and meme fever, Emir Garduño Montalvo is now behind bars, charged with money laundering.

It is unclear if Rubí ever got that promised Garduño laptop. But another social media celeb dubbed “Lady Wuuu” assumed the role of Rubí’s godfather when he appeared with Raquel Bigorra, a television personality on TV Azteca whose station raged an all-out ratings war with Televisa over coverage of Rubí’s birthday party.

These two most important stations in Mexico, TV Azteca and Televisa, “control over 90 percent of the free-to-air television market,” Freedom House noted in 2012 in its Countries at the Crossroads report. This “Mexican media oligopoly has historically shared a close relationship with the government,” the report noted, and this concentration of power “is one of the primary impingements on freedom of expression” in Mexico.

So it came as no surprise that Televisa and TV Azteca offered deafening coverage of the event this week, along with reporters from just about every other national media outlet.
Mayor Raúl Castillo Mendoza of Villa de Guadalupe, the municipality that encompasses La Joya, said two weeks before Rubí’s birthday party that the region doesn’t have cell phone coverage, much less Internet. Nor does La Joya have basic infrastructure, like a hospital or sewage system or, in most homes, running water, electricity or paved roads.

“There is one spot where we have WiFi,” he noted of the greater Villa de Guadalupe area. “But it’s a landline with an antenna.”

Mexico’s electrical company offered a temporary solution for Rubí’s party, and Telcel—the telecom company that produced Mexico’s richest man, Carlos Slim—finally came out to survey the area for future coverage.

Four nearby towns worked together to provide lodging and services for the party’s guests, and the growing fiesta eventually was held on a dry lake bed in the neighboring town of Charcas. (When it was over, guests left behind three-and-a-half tons of beer cans and other debris in a scene reminiscent of Coachella.)
While the birthday spectacle was under way last Monday in San Luis Potosí, sweeping gas shortages hit states across Mexico—including San Luis Potosí, where at least 86 percent of stations were without fuel. (News outlets like Univisión erroneously linked that to Rubí’s birthday party.) In fact, the cost of gasoline is expected to increase 20 percent beginning in January, as market-based prices are introduced following historic but controversial energy reforms in which Mexico’s crippled oil sector is opened for private investment.

Despite being an oil-rich country, Mexico imports well over half of its fuel due to the severe deterioration of its refineries. At least a dozen Mexican states reported fuel shortages last week in a crisis that the national oil company, Petróleos Mexicanos, or Pemex, alternately blamed on breaks in the supply chain, measures taken in anticipation of the changes to come in 2017, an increase in need during the holiday season, and organized crime. Pemex, to its credit, did not blame Rubí’s birthday.

when is this country gonna go back on track? this is ridiculous, to the point where nothing important, except obvious shit, was on the news in my week in mexico.

Gaming / Battlefield 1 is great
« on: December 17, 2016, 09:56:36 PM »
But holy fuck the loading times are so obnoxious. Seriously why the fuck do i need to wait 2 minutes to quit a game from the end menu

The Flood / Debating on going vegetarian for a month
« on: December 11, 2016, 11:44:29 AM »
So I'm in college and made a small group of friends. Most of them are vegetarians and I went to a vegetarian restaurant with them to eat and try out the food. The stuff was good and made me contemplate a change like that. Should I do it? My college and the town I currently live in is super friendly to vegetarian choices since it's filled with small businesses and my friend could help me how to do the diet.

The Flood / I should really stop masturbating
« on: December 03, 2016, 01:35:47 AM »

The Flood / Gotta keep my mind off stuff
« on: November 22, 2016, 04:04:00 PM »
Only tranquility and good memes ITT

Remember, don't keep looking back in the past, look forward and happiness will come. Don't grieve on your losses, learn from them.

Gaming / oh man, microsoft almost said "nigger"
« on: November 22, 2016, 12:31:32 PM »
except they didnt

Yesterday, Microsoft had a minor mishap when it inadvertently sent out an Xbox promotional email headed with the racially dubious subject line “NNNNGGGHHHAAAA.”

While the email, advertising the upcoming fourth instalment of open-world zombie apocalypse game Dead Rising, was obviously intended to be read and pronounced as a stereotypical zombie growl, it looks dangerously close to the ‘N-word.’

This has prompted  Microsoft to issue an apology before the message has insulted someone.

In the contrite, the Windows-maker clarified the email wasn’t intended to be offensive, but also took a chance to acknowledge it could’ve phrased the subject line differently to avoid the issue altogether.[/url]

The Flood / when the serial stabber in town finds love
« on: November 10, 2016, 09:57:46 PM »
but you cant :(

The Flood / i like cock, am i weird?
« on: November 06, 2016, 10:27:12 PM »
no homo haha

The Flood / also is it dwarfs or dwarves?
« on: October 31, 2016, 10:48:01 PM »
there is only one correct answer


The Flood / is liking feminine penis gay?
« on: October 31, 2016, 10:36:18 PM »
also, is liking a penis that reminds you of your own penis gay? cause tbh its not cause youre reminded of your own penis so obviously it cancels out so it makes you hetero

The Flood / Windows 10 update isn't working
« on: October 31, 2016, 02:51:43 PM »
So I have an update on w10 for a few weeks but it can't compete the updates and I don't know a fix to it. It'll update for a but when starting up the laptop but it says it can't be completed and reverts back the changes. I tried the troubleshoot thing but nothing worked. Pls help, I hate waiting like 5 minutes to see it's undoing changes when it should take 5 seconds to boot up

The Flood / is slurping cereal a lack of manners?
« on: October 29, 2016, 04:04:40 PM »
im being judged

The Flood / On an island in the sun
« on: October 29, 2016, 04:49:02 AM »
We'll be playing and having fuuuuuun

The Flood / fist me onii-chan
« on: October 27, 2016, 08:15:22 PM »

and she asked me my opinion on taxing women hygiene products. it kinda made me think as to why these products are taxed when they shouldnt or at least have a lesser tax pay on them. govts need to make their money so i do think lowering a tax on tampons / pads should be helpful. what do you guys think on this?

The Flood / im feeling a lot of things at the moment
« on: October 23, 2016, 10:44:21 PM »
im listening to sad music, give me something to cleanse my mind of these feels...? pls

The Flood / Narcos season 2
« on: October 23, 2016, 12:13:41 AM »
I fucking love the colonel, nigga has top quality tactics

The Flood / Bernie is shilling for Hillary right now in my campus
« on: October 18, 2016, 05:07:35 PM »
Absolute cancer.

The Flood / "Enjoy your food!"
« on: October 15, 2016, 02:40:27 PM »
Thanks you too!

Holy fuck I gotta stop doing that..

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